How come the color is not accurate?

Discussion in 'Razer Chroma' started by NETHERFX, Aug 29, 2019.

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  1. NETHERFX

    NETHERFX New Member

    I recently bought a Razer Blackwidow Lite because my old razer keyboard broke. I already had a Razer Deathadder for a while. Since the Lite keyboard is white I wanted to change my mouse light to white aswell.

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    This is what I see. It's kind of off-putting.

    Is there any way to fix the colors? Maybe there's a reset?
     
  2. BlackFireDragon

    BlackFireDragon Well-Known Member

    Look at brightness level if they match if yes change on one device to lower value it should help you.
     
  3. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    I'm guessing the BW Lite has white LEDs in it. And all of Razers RGB products only have red, green, blue leds. So to make a fake white it's just all 3 colors on at once so it gives a yellowish white. Fancy LED strips will be called WRGB since they have a white led plus the 3 colors to give a real white.
     
  4. Reaver

    Reaver Active Member

    This is due to Chroma devices using RGB LEDs in producing the color white. It's sadly a limitation with RGB LEDs

    However, while it's normal that it'll always have a hue, what's not is different Razer devices having different hues when you set it to white. For example, my Kraken 7.1 V2 has a blueish hue while my DeathAdder Elite has a yellowish hue. It makes me think that they're not even using the same RGB LEDs for all their products.
     
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